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Develop and strengthen your relationship with Jesus and Mary as you reflect on all 20 mysteries of the rosary. Each mystery has a relevant excerpt from Scripture or a Papal document, a page-long reflection written by a Catholic in Recovery member, and questions to prompt deeper engagement—all through a recovery perspective.
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Meditate on each mystery of the Rosary with the aid of recovery-related reflections.
Encounter personalized reflections from Catholic in Recovery members who bring their own experience of recovery to each mystery.
Each mystery includes reflection questions for individual meditation or group discussion.
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